Godefridi Guilielmi Leibnitii Principia philosophiae, more geometrico demonstrata:

(Leibniz.) HANSCH (Michael Gottlieb)

Godefridi Guilielmi Leibnitii Principia philosophiae, more geometrico demonstrata:

cum excerptis ex epistolis philosophi et scholiis quibusdam ex historia philosophica. Cum indicibus theorematum, auctorum, rerum denique et verborum memorabilium. Accedunt theoremata metaphysica De proprietatibus quibusdam entis infiniti et finiti mundique existentis perfectione, ex philosophia Leibnitiana pariter selecta et geometricae demonstrata nec non Meditatio philosophica de unione mentis et corporis denuo edita.

Description: FIRST EDITION, last 2 leaves with a worm hole in the upper margin, pp. [xvi], 188, [34], [i], 36, 4to, contemporary ?Slovak calf, spine gilt in compartments, gilt dull, extremities a little worn, spine slightly defective at either end, good

Publication Details: Frankfurt and Leipzig: Peter Conrad Monath, 1728

Notes: 'Little is known of Michael Gottlieb Hansch. A theologian from Leipzig and adviser to the Emperor Charles VI, he knew Leibniz personally from 1707 onwards. He was thus in an excellent position to acquaint himself with Leibnizian thought, having been in correspondence with Leibiniz for five years prior to the writing of the Monadology (1707-13). The first 19 pages of [Principia philosophiae, more geometrico demonstrata] consisted of Hansch's Latin translation of Monadology, which had already appeared in the Acta Eruditorm, VII, pp. 500-14. Then followed the geometrical demonstration of Leibniz...more

Bibliography: (Ravier 381)

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Subject: Philosophy

Published Date: 1728

Stock Number: 50497

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